How big data is used as a key element for hybrid university education
Keywords:Hybrid learning, University education, face-to-face and online learning, PRISMA
Hybrid learning in universities is the blending and mixing of the learning environments, this includes both face-to-face (FTF) which implies classroom instruction and online environment (E-learning) as well. According to De Mauro, Greco and Grimaldi (2016), Ellis’ study shows that hybrid learning provides the students with the opportunity to understand and explore the real world at the same time through various authentic experiences. Authentic experience as cited by De Mauro, Greco and Grimaldi (2016) can be facilitated in the online learning environment through coming up with sufficient online learning or by blending learning to combine both online and FTF learning. The main objective of hybrid learning is to enhance effective and efficient experience through a more improved delivery model. This study is based on the review of previous articles using PRISMA methodology, it focuses on the big data as key element in hybrid learning in university education. The main objective of this study is to review 40 articles published in Scopus within 2010 to 2022 subject to big data in education, hybrid learning in universities or higher learning institutions and based on their findings the study come up with a conclusion as discussed below.
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